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Pedestrian struck and killed by vehicle during heavy rain in Laguna Beach

An unidentified female pedestrian was struck and killed by a sport utility vehicle as she crossed South Coast Highway in Laguna Beach during heavy rain Wednesday morning, authorities said.

The incident was reported about 6:40 a.m. near Thalia Street, said Lt. Jason Kravetz.

“We were getting a lot of rain at that time,” Kravetz said.

The accident was still under investigation, he said. No other information was available.

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Shame, people get killed on PCH all the time, doesn't help when some people drive like it's not raining, come on people, drive safely or you could have been the one who's killed an innocent life and it will haunt you forever.


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